A Message to YLs
In this exciting age of computer living, many of us have set our amateur radios aside to travel the speed of the Internet. However, there is much to be gained by keeping Amateur Radio alive and active.
Amateur Radio, as a hobby, can do so much to spread goodwill between people from different age groups, different states of the Union, countries, and cultures. Often, ham radio operators have aided communication in emergency situations, as well as helping with the flow of every day messages.
Many of us have enjoyed the fellowship that radio clubs can offer through get-togethers and weekly nets. We also keep closely in touch through our quarterly newsletter, The Tattler.
So, if you are a licensed YL, please consider becoming a member of the friendly TASYL club. If you are working on a license, or if you are interested in getting started on a radio license, consider becoming an associate member.
By working together, we can keep Amateur Radio alive and vibrant. National organizations such as ARRL (The National Association for Amateur Radio) and YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) are there to help us in our development.
33, Grace, N8NJT